The newly expanded Show, organized by the Association of International Photography Art Dealers, will present exceptional photographyfrom early masters, modern luminaries, and rising and established contemporary names from more than 100 of the world’s leading fine art galleries.
One of the world’s most prestigious annual photography events, The Photography Show is the longest-running and foremost exhibition dedicated to the photographic medium, offering a wide range of museum-quality work, including contemporary, modern, and 19th-century photographs as well as photo-based art, video, and new media.
The Photography Show will feature galleries from across the U.S. and around the world, including Europe, Asia, Canada, Mexico, and South America. With four new sections – Salon, Gallery, Positions, and Discovery – the Show will offer work from both AIPAD members and new exhibitors, as well as younger galleries, and book dealers and publishers.
I will be exhibiting new work with Flowers Gallery at the San Francisco Photofair, which will open to the public January 27, 2017.
The inaugural edition of PhotoFairs | San Francisco will showcase a curated exhibition of vintage and contemporary work by emerging and established photographers from across the globe. It runs from January 27-29 at Festival Pavilion, Fort Mason, San Francisco.
Image: Untitled, 2015 by Seba Kurtis (Lambda C-Type print)
ARTIST OF THE DAY 2016
Flowers Gallery have just announced the 23rd edition of Artist of the Day, a valuable platform for emerging artists since 1983. As one of this year’s invited selectors, I’m delighted to present the work of Seba Kurtis as my artist of the day.
Please join us for Seba’s exhibition on Monday 20th June 11am – 7pm / Refreshments 12 – 2pm.
Venue: Flowers Gallery, 21 Cork Street, London W1S 3LZ
About Artist of the Day: This two week exhibition showcases the work of ten artists, chosen not by the gallery, but by established professional practitioners who have each nominated a talent of their choice. Each selected artist will present a solo body of work at our Cork Street Gallery for one day only Monday – Friday. At the weekend, a group exhibition featuring all of the artists displayed that week will be held, providing a second chance to view the work. The chosen artists for 2016 cover the fields of drawing, painting, sculpture and photography, offering a unique glimpse into rising stars of the art world as chosen by some of the most prominent figures in contemporary art.
The other exhibitions are:
MONDAY 20TH JUNE SIMON ROBERTS SELECTS SEBA KURTIS
TUESDAY 21ST JUNE GLENN SUJO SELECTS DIANNE KAUFMAN
WEDNESDAY 22ND JUNE PAUL WINSTANLEY SELECTS LUKE SKIFFINGTON
THURSDAY 23RD JUNE LISA MILROY SELECTS ESTELLE THOMPSON
FRIDAY 24TH JUNE CATHERINE LEE SELECTS MARGARET MEEHAN
SATURDAY 25TH JUNE GROUP SHOW OF ARTISTS FROM WEEK 1
MONDAY 27TH JUNE KATE MALONE SELECTS ENRIQUE PEREZALBA RED
TUESDAY 28TH JUNE PATRICK HUGHES SELECTS PAUL CRITCHLEY
WEDNESDAY 29TH JUNE REBECCA WARREN SELECTS ANDREW MILLER
THURSDAY 30TH JUNE JANE & LOUISE WILSON SELECT LOTTE NIELSEN
FRIDAY 1ST JULY SARAH TAYLOR SILVERWOOD SELECTS EMILY SPARKES
SATURDAY 2ND JULY GROUP SHOW OF ARTISTS FROM WEEK 2
Flowers Gallery is pleased to announce that we are now members of The Association of International Photography Art Dealers [AIPAD], which has become a unifying force in the field of photography. Celebrating its 36th year in 2016, The Photography Show will be held in Manhattan’s Upper East Side at the Park Avenue Armory with more than 80 of the world’s leading photography art galleries. Flowers Gallery will exhibit work by Boomoon, Nadav Kander, Scarlett Hooft Graafland, Simon Roberts and Shen Wei.
With members in the United States, Australia, Canada, Europe and Japan, The Association of International Photography Art Dealers [AIPAD] has become a unifying force in the field of photography. Celebrating its 36th year in 2016, The Photography Show will be held in Manhattan’s Upper East Side at the Park Avenue Armory with more than 80 of the world’s leading photography art galleries exhibiting, including Flowers Gallery.
I’m delighted to announce that I’m now represented by Flowers Gallery in New York.
The gallery can be found on 529 West 20th Street in Chelsea ( NY 10011).
Angela Flowers established her first gallery in 1970 on Lisle Street in London’s West End. In the 1980s, the gallery was one of the first to open in London’s East End, in a former laundry/fur storage facility in Hackney, and the space became known as Flowers East. Matthew Flowers, Angela’s son, took over day to day operations in 1989.In 1997, the gallery expanded further with a Los Angeles space, at Bergamot Station.
There are now two gallery spaces in London: a West End premises on Cork Street opened in 2000 and in 2002 the gallery moved from Hackney into a 12,000 sq foot industrial space in Shoreditch, East London. The US business relocated in 2003 from LA to New York on Madison Avenue, and then in 2009 moved to West 20th street in Chelsea.
Flowers participates regularly in art fairs internationally. The programme in both the UK and US comprises all media by established and emerging artists. The gallery is an active publisher of prints and multiples with an established department in contemporary international photography.
This January I will be showing at two fairs, London Art Fair and Art Genève.
Flowers Gallery will be exhibiting prints from my National Property series at the London Art Fair from 20 January – 24 January 2016. Details:
Business Design Centre
52 Upper Street
London N1 0QH
T: 0207 288 6272
Wed 20 January 11am – 9pm
Thurs 21 January 11am – 9pm
Fri 22 January 11am – 7pm
Sat 23 January 10am – 7pm
Sun 24 January 10am – 5pm
Artists will included Boomoon, Boyd & Evans, Prunella Clough, Bernard Cohen, Betsy Dadd, Jane Edden, Tom Hammick, Nicola Hicks, Patrick Hughes, Tom Lovelace, Ishbel Myerscough, Carol Robertson, Simon Roberts, Tai-Shan Schierenberg.
Heinzer Reszler will be exhibiting prints from my Last Moment series from 28 January – 31 January 2016. Details:
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Thursday, January 28 12 – 8pm
Friday, January 29 12 – 8pm
Saturday, January 30 12 – 8pm
Sunday, January 31 12 – 8pm
SOPHIE BOUVIER AUSLÄNDER
I will have works included in the Small is Beautiful exhibitions taking place at Flowers Gallery in London and New York. For this annual exhibition, contemporary artists working in all media are challenged to produce works with a fixed economy of scale, each piece measuring no more than 9 x 7 inches.
A discussion chaired by Zelda Cheatle with Chris Littlewood, Director of Photography at Flowers Gallery, and artist Simon Roberts. ‘Collecting Contemporary Photography’ is the first in a series of Pre-Fair talks to be held in the lead up to our 2016 edition.
This discussion is a unique opportunity to discover more about the role of the artist and dealer in the contemporary photography market. It will be an essential guide to collecting from the perspective of a dealer, curator and an artist and will examine how these roles interact with each other. The panellists will also explore the importance of photography within a collection, and to what extent work is made in view of the commercial art world. This discussion will be ideal for photography enthusiasts and art collectors at all levels.
Photo London 2016 (19-22 May 2016) is a unique festival of photography, centred on a major international photography Fair. Running once again in the spectacular and historic grounds of Somerset House, the Fair showcases the broad range of photographic practice, from vintage to contemporary. This series of discussions aims to address the main themes in Photography today.
A full talks programme will also be hosted during Photo London 2016, as part of a larger public programme supported by the LUMA Foundation.
Flowers Gallery will be presenting my work at Paris Photo.
For Paris Photo 2015, Flowers Gallery will mount a group exhibition, bringing together new works that blur the intersection between observed reality, constructed photography, appropriation and found objects. Exhibiting artists include Julie Cockburn, Nadav Kander, Jason Larkin, Tom Lovelace, Simon Roberts, Michael Wolf and Boomoon, who will showcase a major 10 metre long photographic work in the inaugural Salon d’Honneur gallery sector.
A profile of Simon Roberts’ Pierdom project on the occasion of a major exhibition at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery (October 2015 – February 2016). The film, by Lindsey Smith, explores Roberts’ working process, the inspiration behind the project and the history of the British Pleasure Pier.